The St. Lawrence River community of Clayton, New York was visited on September 9 by University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability Associate Professor Dr. Andrew Gronewold. Dr. Gronewold visited the North Country to lead a discussion on findings from his research on water levels in the Great Lakes. Read and hear the full story by WWTI-TV – Watertown, NY.
The Owen Sound North Stars topped the Guelph Regals 6-4 in the first Ontario Junior B Lacrosse League game inside the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community centre in over two years. In that time, a global pandemic shutdown the sports scene across much of the world. The same cement floor the players sprinted across Thursday night […]
Participants will embark on a one-mile open water swim in Myles Bay on the Bruce Peninsula later this month in honour of all First Nations’ children who attended residential schools and to raise money for children’s services at Neyaashiinigmiing. The Old Woman Island Swim is being organized by Sahand Amiri and his wife Teresa Nesci, […]
By this September, the surgical backlog will have reached 420,000 procedures and there will be a backlog of 2.5 million diagnostic tests. It will take more than three years to eliminate the queues. What realistic solution does government propose?
Article content A city project to create a new, adequately sized backup 911 dispatch centre in Owen Sound should be finished by the end of May, says police Chief Craig Ambrose. He said the current facility – a backup site for the department’s dispatch centre, which handles all 911 calls in Grey-Bruce and dispatch duties…